Posts From Kyle Boreing

Kyle Boreing

Kyle has been writing for MusicScribe since 2008. He is a gospel music soloist, occasional quartet singer, and church music director who pays way too much attention to recordings. He is an alumni of Stamps-Baxter School of Music and has shared the stage with artists such as Mercy's Mark, the Dove Brothers Band, and The Oak Ridge Boys. Visit his website at www.kyleboreing.com, or follow him on Twitter @kyleboreing.

Alan Jackson “Previous Memories” DVD

No, that is NOT a typo in the title. Click here, and I’ll explain why….

Take 2 Review: “The One In The Water” – The Inspirations

With this initial entry, Kyle will be taking a look at the most recent Inspirations album, previously reviewed by Daniel. Will they agree or disagree…?

Untouched Vocals

What would happen if a gospel group today were to re-release one of their recent albums (or even just one song) WITHOUT the tuning?

SG EP’s and Making Digital Sales Work

Instead of releasing 6-7 really good songs and 3-4 “eh” songs, artists are instead just releasing the 6 best songs they can find, cutting out the fillers as much as possible.

Streaming and the Music Industry

It’s apparent that consumers are no longer interested in purchasing music so much as they simply want to subscribe to an on-demand music service, but what does this do to the music industry as a whole?

CD Review: “They Don’t Know” – The Kingsmen

Is this a suitable follow-up to their landmark “Battle Cry” album?

A Plea to David Cloud

A response to “contemporary Southern Gospel.”

You like me!

Or maybe you dislike me….it’s your choice!!

CD Review: Guy Penrod – “Classics”

For fans of the Gaither Vocal Band circa 1995-2008.

Which part are you really singing?

When they say “sing like a woman,” what does that really mean?

CD Review: “Having Church” – Bethel McGrew

A debut effort serves as a “love letter” to traditional church music.